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2014.07.02 | Research, All groups, All AU units

Workshop: How to write an application for a Marie S. Curie European Training Network (ETN)

Would you like your research to benefit from joint international doctoral training and form a new generation of researchers through advanced training, international and inter-sectoral mobility?

2014.09.03 | Academic staff, Department of Biomedicine, Department of Biomedicine

Farewell Symposium for professor Søren Mogensen

On the occasion of Professor Søren Mogensen has chosen to retire his position as Professor in virology at the Department of Biomedicine the Department hosts a farewell symposium followed by a reception.

The new building has 8,300 m2 of laboratory buildings above ground and a further 4,800 m2 below ground. It will house approx. 300 employees. Illustration: Cubo Arkitekter A/S

2014.09.05 | Administrative, All groups, Department of Biomedicine

Aarhus University gets new research facilities for 114 million Euro

Advanced biomedical research facilities will soon begin to take shape in the University Park at Aarhus University. On Friday 5 September the Danish Minister for Climate, Energy and Building Rasmus Helveg Petersen will cut the first sod for a new building named in honour of Aarhus’ Nobel Prize winner Jens Christian Skou. The building will cost…

Rubin's Spin-Neto has just received the European Association of Dento-Maxillo-Facial Radiology's research award.

2014.09.12 | Public/Media, External target group, Health

Dentist from AU receives international prize

A PhD student from Aarhus University, Rubens Spin-Neto, has received an award for his research into images taken with a CBCT scanner. Research that will in the long term ensure that patients are exposed to minimal radiation from X-rays when they are scanned at the dentist.

A cheerful Jens Christian Skou receives the news that a building is to be named after him. Photo: Maria Randima Brauer Sørensen,  AU Kommunikation

2014.09.05 | Administrative, PhD students, Department of Biomedicine

New biomedicine building to be named after Nobel Prize winner Jens Christian Skou

The naming of the new building for the Department of Biomedicine has now finally fallen into place. The building complex will be named after Jens Christian Skou, who received the Nobel Prize in 1997. Dean Allan Flyvbjerg and Department Head Thomas G. Jensen came by to convey the good news.

On Monday Dean Allan Flyvbjerg took The Ice Bucket Challenge.

2014.09.12 | People news, Public/Media, External target group

A bucket of icy water for the dean

On Monday Dean Allan Flyvbjerg had a bucket of ice cold water poured over him to shift political focus onto research into small and rare diseases.

The Study Environment Survey 2014 shows that study groups are popular among the students at Health. During exam periods, almost 8 out of 10 students are part of a study group.

2014.09.12 | People news, Public/Media, External target group

Study Environment Survey 2014: Increased level of well-being among students at Health

No less than 92 per cent of the students at Health feel comfortable with their degree programme. That is the highest share since the introduction of the study environment survey at AU. However, there are also areas where there is still room for improvement.

Children of parents who both smoke during the pregnancy have an 83 percent higher risk of developing ADHD than children of two non-smokers.

2014.09.03 | Research, Health and disease, All groups

Women who smoke while pregnant more often have children with ADHD

Research from Aarhus University shows that children born to mothers who smoke or use nicotine patches during pregnancy more often get ADHD than other children. On the other hand, nicotine patches do not affect the birth weight in the same way as smoking does.

2014.09.01 | Administrative, All groups, All AU units

Diversion and local number will be inoperative 3-16 September

Due to the change of tele services provider at AU it will not be possible to use diversion from land-line phones to mobile phones within AU from 3-16 September. Also, the use of local numbers from mobile phones will be malfunctioning.

2014.09.01 | Meeting, Administration (Academic), Academic staff

Extraordinary Department Meeting

Discussion of the University management's proposals to rectify the problems identified in the analysis

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